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Originally posted by lunarminer
With the discovery of cocain and coffee in the wrappings of Egyptian mummies, it should be obvious that an ancient trade route between the Middle East and the Americas existed.
Originally posted by big_m
"Google and/or others were complaining that the image was a product or artifact of sonar/computer processing."
>>The picture on Yahoo! was centered on the *city* and further enhanced as to a tighter view and sharper resolution. Other Members uploaded pictures showed a wider area of the ocean floor.
"For my two cents' worth:
...There was also a trench extending to the lower left of the image and also what appears(?) to be a river to the upper right of the grid network."
>>The whole area is also near the islands of Tenerif and San Christobal(spelling?) which might be appropriate if the original inhabitants of the *city* revered the present islands as volcanic mountains, *home of the Gods*, at that time.
"Also, the Aztecs didn't actually build the pyramids in Mexico City, their legends indicate *the Gods* built them."
>>There's anso a smaller city on an island in the South Pacific that was built out of volcanic material mined from the area. Present day natives living there are techlologically incapable of doing it themselves.
Originally posted by Skyfloating
The important question is: Could it be an ancient artificial underwater site? Answer: Yes.